We have a rather lengthy explanation on what rooting on Android devices is all about, so you might want to head on there first before continuing with this bit on how to root your HTC EVO 4G LTE device. The process does seem to be pretty simple, where the HTC smartphone relies on a similar exploit as that of the Asus Transformer Prime – after having Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich up and running on it, of course. All you need to do is make sure the relevant drivers are installed before you run a simple script, and you are good to go. Just bear in mind that rooting will your device will automatically void any warranty that is associated with the device, so go ahead at your own peril. It would also be best to make sure you perform a backup of all the data on your device before you make an attempt at rooting the HTC EVO 4G LTE. After all, you can never quite tell just when Murphy would strike.
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